As you use our website and online services, we want you to be clear in how we’re using any information and the ways in which you can protect your privacy. We automatically collect and store: the name of the domain and host from which you access the Internet; the Internet protocol (IP) address of the computer you are using; the browser software you use and your operating system; the date and time you access our sites; and the Internet address of the site from which you linked directly to our sites. We use this information only in the context of our internal operations as anonymous aggregate data to determine the number of visitors to different sections of our site, to ensure the site is working properly, and to help us make our site more useful. We do not use it to track or record information about individuals.
If you are an adult user of our Website, and you have decided to share information with us – including personally identifying information - we do use such personally identifying information supplied by you to help us provide you with the service you have requested. For example, if you order products, we may use your e-mail address to send you a confirmation notice and your mailing address to send you the products. We may also use the information to communicate with you about new features, products or services, and/or to improve the services that we offer by tailoring them to your needs.
Because our website does not aggregate the information that has been voluntarily shared by users, if you are a parent or a legal guardian of a child under the age of thirteen, and it has come to your knowledge that this child has entered personally identifiable or online contact information intentionally or accidentally through our website, please contact us. In compliance with COPPA’s regulatory framework, we will provide: a description of the specific types of personal information that may have been collected, the opportunity to expunge such records from within our internal operations, a means for the parent or guardian to obtain the personal information collected from the child, and any other remedy that is reasonable under the circumstances that further the interest of protecting children’s online privacy.